The Environmentally Friendly Display: LCD, not CRT

Your old CRT monitor does more than just take up space and provide a place for the cat to sleep.  It’s also using a lot of power!  A traditional cathode ray tube is far less energy efficient than a newer flat panel LCD type monitor.  With LCDs becoming cheaper, higher in quality and much more reliable, there’s a good reason to replace your old monitor.

Of course, if you still have a fully functioning CRT, you may want to wait a while.  However, most of these older monitors are beginning to experience flicker or other problems, too.  That means that if yours is showing performance problems, you may want to think about an LCD.  As much as sixty-six percent more energy efficient, eighty percent smaller and lighter, and a lot handier, an LCD is an excellent choice for your next monitor.